Various men’s windbreaker jackets for light cold weather have become a real focus for the season 2016-2017. Basically, this kind of jackets are aimed at sporty style and have cuffs and bottom with an elastic band or tighter knit. Winter patterns and animalistic prints are among main men’s windbreaker jacket patterns. Basically machine knitting is used, however some homemade models offer hand knit jackets, making them exclusive.
It has great features like Wind- and water-resistant unlined pullover featuring half-zip placket and attached hood, Kangaroo pocket with zippered top opening, Underarm grommets for ventilation and Packs into front pouch pocket for traveling.
With zip-front jacket with spread collar featuring rib-knit cuffs and hem and Hidden cell-phone pocket this is a great coat. Well constructed, durable lining, fairly water resistant, dries quickly, and is wrinkle resistant. The microfiber breathes well, yet provides some insulative properties on cool days – good for outings down to about 45-50 degrees, yet comfortable on warm sunny days as well.
The material and build are solid, and it’s extremely warm. It’s also stylish, but not overly so — it’s a relatively simple, classic design. To top it off, it fits like a glove.
This jacket looks more expensive than it was. It fit as expected and is comfortable.
Which is a good looking, very light, water resistant jacket. Suitable for a light wind, drizzly day maybe on the golf course or running some errands. It’s not meant for heavy rain or wind and certainly not for keeping the cold at bay.
The design is unique – the cargo pockets are terrific – I like to keep a pair of lightweight work gloves with me at all times – stuff happens. The jacket also has the traditional slit pockets.